How to Pronounce icelandic?

Correct pronunciation for the word "icelandic" is [a͡ɪslˈandɪk], [a‍ɪslˈandɪk], [aɪ_s_l_ˈa_n_d_ɪ_k].

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"Icelandic" in context

Icelandic is an ancient North Germanic language derived from Old Norse that is spoken in Iceland. It has been spoken in its current form since the late thirteenth century, and has remained unchanged since then. Icelandic has very little in common with other modern languages, making it a unique and remarkable language. It has a vast vocabulary, with many words related to Icelandic culture and history.

The Icelandic alphabet is an adapted version of the Latin alphabet, with 32 letters. Icelandic orthography is particularly strict, with every letter having its own sound, allowing Icelanders to be highly accurate in their spelling.

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